Join us on Tuesday, January 22, 2019
PCC Markers: Behaviors of the Professional Certified Coach
The PCC Markers are the measure of the Core Competencies. We’ll learn about the history of how these developed.
Then we will dig deep into the 2.x Markers, the ones focused on Establishing the Coaching Agreement. We’ll see how these are used to evaluate PCC level coaching, and how they are integrated into mentor coaching. Finally, suggestions will be offered how to integrate the Markers into participant's ongoing development as a coach.
The ICF's PCC Markers are the measure of whether you are coaching. Understanding the Markers and integrating them into your coaching practice will help you develop world class coaching skills based on validated behaviors for each core competency. You will learn how to develop all the Markers to continuously improve your coaching skills.
You will also have the chance to experience Tom’s assessment tool which is based on these Markers.
What you’ll learn:
Knowledge of the Markers, their purpose, and integration with ICF’s Core Competencies
- What the five Markers are for forming Coaching Agreements
- Ability to apply Coaching Agreement Markers in your own coaching
CCEs: 1 in Core Competencies and 0.5 in Resource Development
About Tom Krapu PCC
With an inexhaustible curiosity, Tom can be counted on for a highly collaborative, reliable, but flexible use of evidence based facilitation and coaching methods. He is on the executive coaching faculty at UT Dallas and has completed ICF's PCC Marker training. His mentor coaching is known to have a powerful impact. He is also known for his specialization in 360 feedback including consulting on the development of custom 360 feedback surveys and administering them on his 360 platform.
Learn more about Tom at www.krapu4.com.